Natalia Shtompel, PHD, MSW, MA
PhD. Florida International University, 2016.
MSW, Touro College, 2011
MA, Clinical Psychology, Western Carolina University 2008
BA, Psychology & Sociology, Salem College 2004
Areas of Interest
- Gerontology, assessment, cognition, and neuropsychology
Dr. Natalia Shtompel is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Barry University. She specializes in gerontology/aging, particularly in assessment, cognitive vitality and cognitive decline, daily functioning, and quality of life in older adults. Her areas of interest also include research methods and statistics. She is a former fellow of the Hartford Foundation, a leading organization in research in gerontology. Her background is in assessment and psychotherapy of individuals with developmental disabilities, intelligence testing, and research focusing on neurological conditions. Her present research focuses on promoting cognitive health in older adults. She presents regularly at professional conferences and publishes in peer-reviewed journals.